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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we leave Amalfi and head to Venice for the last stretch of our holiday. Because the ferry is not running, we need to catch the 8:00 am from Amalfi to Salerno - 1 1/4 hours. Then the train from Salerno to Roma. Next the train from Roma to Venice (via Firenze, Bologna, Padova and Venezia Mestre). We are lucky that we are able to catch the fast trains as this makes it only a 6 3/4 hour trip on the train. Then we need to get from Venezia Santa Lucia station to our hotel. ...
... were actually heading to a restaurant that had been recommended to us by Stefano, who's apartment we we renting, but when we got there it had a 20 minute wait, so we ended up at the one next door which turned out to be really good. We then headed back to the apartment for a good nights sleep before our day of sightseeing in Florence. The boys were very excited about seeing all the "willy statues" as they call them which are famously all over ...
... the kids home and make very one have a nap. We were invited to Franka Ville for dinner with Paul's Zia Nicoletta and Zio Marino, plus Claudia, Giuseppe and their kids, and to not have a repeat of the other nights dinner, where we had three very tired teary kids we thought this would be good. Well it worked well for Nicolas and Luca, but Brodie woke up extremely grumpy and still ended up in tears when we were at dinner!!! However ...
... It was very exciting and an important day for them, they had been having events on all week. We took heaps of photos, & it felt like we had stepped back in time. Had a lovely dinner & Montepulciano wine of course. One of the wine shops had an underground dungeon which was really cool. We saw an Etruscan tomb dating back over 2000 years ...
After the culinary excesses of the previous night, it was (out of necessity) a late start today. When Siân reported her 'status' to her dad when he called this morning, he was not in the least sympathetic and said "Self-inflicted pain is always the worst." We did a slow walk through the walled town centre with its multitude of narrow alleys between stone buildings, and magnificent views of the Tuscan countryside at the end of most of these alleys. Besides ...